It’s been a month since we started the laser snoring treatments and we’ve seen over 90% of patients significantly reduce or stop snoring. That equates to many more hours of quality sleep each week for each patient.
Cosmic Smile Laser Dental is still the only dental surgery in NSW to perform the laser snoring treatment.
NightLase is a fast, patient-friendly and practically non-invasive treatment for snoring. It reduces snoring intensity with a gentle laser light treatment. It also can be used to help treat sleep apnoea for patients who can’t tolerate CPAP masks or oral devices. There is no anaesthesia needed for this procedure. Used effectively and safely in Europe for many years, this exciting procedure is now available in Australia.
Take a look at these SnoreLab recording of a patient pre- and post treatment:
Why NightLase Snoring Treatment?
No surgery or cutting
No anaesthesia required
Safe, quick and comfortable to have done
Increases the quality of sleep
Lessens the intensity and duration of snoring
Stop Snoring FAQ
Three 20min sessions could stop your snoring! Increase the quality of your sleep by calling us on 9904 2880 to arrange an appointment today!
Dr Jason Pang from Cosmic Smile Laser Dental in Neutral Bay is the first dentist in NSW trained to perform a revolutionary new laser dental technique that can stop snoring and lessen the effects of sleep apnoea.
Conventional treatments for snoring and sleep apnea have included everything from oral appliances to uvuloplastic operations, radiofrequency tissue ablation, CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) masks and alternative medicine. Minimally invasive dentistry, with the use of a laser, now gives us the option for performing non-ablative Er:YAG tightening of the uvula, soft palate and surrounding tissues with a fractional laser handpiece. This treatment, called NightLase®, is provided by Fotona.
This case report describes the treatment of patients with sleep apnea using an Er:YAG laser, with a longterm follow-up from 28-36 months. These clinical cases are part of an uncontrolled study to evaluate the usefulness of the laser in snoring and sleep apnea treatment. Representative case examples following Mallampati classification are included and the benefits of NightLase® therapy over conventional methods will be explained.